Wednesday, June 03, 2015 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm ET
The ability to write a first-class letter of inquiry is a skill that all proposal writers need in order to remain competitive in today’s funding environment. More and more, funders are asking for a Letter of Inquiry (LOI) as the first step in the proposal process. The LOI is like a mini-proposal — except you only have one-to-three pages (depending on the funder’s guidelines) to get your message across. The foundation will use your LOI to decide whether your project or program is a good funding fit for them, and only then will they invite you to submit a full proposal. Join us to learn how to overcome the challenges of writing LOIs that are both compelling and concise.